Headshot of La Cieca

Cher Public

  • Krunoslav: “I was struck by the fact that La Cieca cried” Garbo laughs! 2:16 PM
  • armerjacquino: Already programmed and neither of them has dropped out, I should think. I’m sure... 1:19 PM
  • opera_newbie: Did anyone else see the Santa Fe 2016 announcement? Can someone please explain to me how an... 1:15 PM
  • m. croche: Enjoyed reading La C’s detailed and thoughtful review. But I have to say that a... 12:52 PM
  • phoenix: I assume this is only part 1 of this performance’ s review – the audial critique will... 12:48 PM
  • Bill: Dabrowski – I was in Pittsburgh volunteering for he race with the elite coordinator –... 12:45 PM
  • Will: So, what is the common opinion of the production — does it make sense engage everyone of you, or... 11:46 AM
  • WindyCityOperaman: httpvh://www.youtu be.com/watch?v=92_ Fu1W-uAs 11:25 AM
  • Fluffy-net: I was struck by the fact that La Cieca cried. Must be something there. Stefan is Norwegian. 10:50 AM
  • pasavant: The Germans are starting to feel their oats again. I certainly hope that someone is keeping an eye... 10:10 AM

Eye rolling

It turns out we were wrong all along, cher public: the Robert Lepage production of the Ring at the Met is in fact a triumph, as Robert Lepage explains to us in (where else?) the New York Times. “And I would have gotten away with it too, if it weren’t for you meddling purists!” (Photo: Ken Howard)